Valorant Dev Tracker


In June, you voted for some of your favorite weapons to return for a limited time during Episode 3 with the Give Back Bundle, where a portion of the proceeds goes to charity.

Here are the results of our first in-game charity fundraiser: Global players like you raised more than $5.5 million for the Riot Games Social Impact Fund, in partnership with Impact Assets.

We can’t thank you enough for supporting the Give Back Bundle by casting your votes and expanding your weapon cache for a good cause. We look forward to partnering with you again to support local nonprofits with the Riot Games Social Impact Fund and be agents of change in your communities.

02 Aug


Thanks for the feedback WhatTheChef! This is a great idea. I am currently the lead ui designer for in game work and we will absolutely take this feedback to heart when we have the availability to restructure the combat report.

The combat report has been on our radar for a few months and we would love to update it in the somewhat near future, but I can’t put a timeframe on this for you. We have a lot of exciting updates for the in game space planned and some that are higher priority. I just wanted to confirm that we do want to give players more granularity when it comes to this feature.

Any other feedback or ideas to include in an update are always appreciated. I’m always lurking trying to gather ideas from our players, so keep them coming!

01 Aug

31 Jul


Jisoo, this is amazing and I seriously can’t wait to see what you make next :)

30 Jul

For Dani, placing no.4 on the North American VALORANT Leaderboards is simply the cherry on top for all his time spent practicing to go pro.

His pro journey began in earnest after he made a friendly rival of Tyler “Ninja” Blevins before getting the invite to join a pro team assembled in part by the big league streamer.

Dani, 21, is a Sova main and college student studying software engineering out of Canada’s capital. From as early as nine years old, Dani mastered FPS games like Combat Arms, Alliance of Valiant Arms, and of course, CS:GO.

“I was really into esports as a kid,” he said. “My favorite team was Cloud9 with Sean Gares and all them.”

The biggest hurdle to his shot at the pros, Dani said, was the lack of good PC hardware. After a two-year break for school, and a subsequent internship, Dani was finally able to buy a desktop that could keep up with the demand of high-level play.

It was around this time that VALORANT Closed Beta launched, and, ...

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29 Jul